Listed below are a variety of resources available at UNC to help with different needs. Consider what your project will entail and talk with the respective staff to design a customized data management plan. Similar services are available from multiple resources, giving researchers a wide variety of flexible data management solutions.
If you don't need to manipulate your data regularly but mainly want a place to store your data when the research is complete, consider an institutional repository like the Carolina Digital Repository (CDR).
Consider using ITS Research Computing if you:
The Odum Institute offers a simple, self-guided program for organizing some kinds of data in its DataVerse system, free of charge to UNC researchers.
RENCI and the Data Intensive Cyber-Environments (DICE) Center offer highly flexible, custom-programmed storage systems, but require substantial funding resources.
When choosing a repository, make sure you consider: